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Two positive charges of 6 �C are separated by a distance of 50 cm in air. What is the electric field strength at the midpoint of the line joining the charges?

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Zero. The E-fields due to the two particles are equal and opposite at the midpoint. They cancel each other.

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makes sense thanx!!

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